COMPACT INSULATED DIESEL HOT WATER FOR MOTORHOMES, CARAVANS, OFF ROAD TRUCKS AND SMALL TO MEDIUM BOATS
The DH15 replaces the DH12, Dieselheat’s most popular diesel hot water system, with super fast heat up time, the DH15 will provide a sink full of hot water or a continuous shower at 2.5L/min within 9-10 min of a cold start.
The reliable Belief diesel furnace is backed with a 2 year warranty and parts and service from Dieselheat. The Belief furnace is perfect for hot water only or occasional air heating recreational systems. For systems expected to use air heating a lot, live in or more commercial uses we suggest getting the DH15 with the Eberspacher D5E HS3 furnace.
The DH15 is sold pre assembled and tested for easy installation. The kit includes the Belief installation kit with wiring, fuel line, exhaust, inlet air silencer and on/off switch.
The DH15 has the following features
- All 316 stainless steel, suitable for caravans and boats
- Insulated dual skin tank retains heat for efficient operation
- Compact design fits in tight spaces
- Pre assembled and tested for easy installation
- Fast heat up time, around 9-10min from cold
- Integrated air heating (optional)
- Includes Watermark approved tempering valve and plate heat exchanger to ensure hot water is always delivered at safe temperatures
Pair the DH15 with a Bricor Ultra Max low flow shower head to have super water wise showers – 0nly 2.5L/min, great for a caravan or boat where water is limited. Alternatively use the Bricor Elite shower head for a more luxurious 4-5L/min shower.
By adding in a Kalori fan head, the DH15 diesel hot water becomes an effective air heater, giving off up to 4kW of air heating from the single quiet Kalori Silencio 2 fan head.
Time to useable hot water from cold start: 9min
Time to fully hot: 14min
Regeneration time between showers: 7min
Length of shower assuming 30 degree temp rise using Dieselheat shower heads:
Bricor UltraMax 2.5L/min @ 40PSI: >15min
Bricor Elite 4L/min @ 40PSI: 7min
Length of time the system can achieve a 30 deg temperature rise:
2L/min – >15min
3L/min – 13min
4L/min – 6min
5L/min – 3 min
These numbers are all affected by ambient temperature, installation layout and assume no concurrent air heating, so should be taken as a guide.